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  Implosion  
  Implosion of buildings to make way for Gautrain’s Park Station precinct, part of this R24 billion project.    
     
  Murray & Roberts is a great company with committed leadership and people and we have built a formidable performance platform to engage the future potential of all our markets. We consolidated our position as South Africa's construction industry leader during the year and entered the JSE Top 40 Index in May 2007.  
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  Operating cash flow up 224% to R1.94 billion  
  Full year dividend up 93% to 116 cents per share  
  Operating profit up 100% to R1,44 billion  
     
     
  Executive Summary  
  We are pleased to announce a final dividend of 71 cents per share (2006: 40 cents per share) increasing the total dividend for the full year by 93% to 116 cents per share (2006: 60 cents per share)  
     
     
  Order Book  
  The Group's project order book stood at R22,5 billion at 1 July 2007
(2006: R10,0 billion), an increase of 125% in the year and up from
R15 billion at half-year.